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5 Pro Secrets To Getting Accepted At A Photo Stock Agency

Have you ever thought about selling your images through a photo stock agency? Here are 5 pro secrets to getting accepted. Trying to sell your images can be a very frustrating exercise. Unless you plan to be a full-time photographer, it is unlikely that you will have the time to market yourself and your images. If you don’t market yourself then buyers are not going to find your images.   There is, however, a way to make money without having to go full time. I am talking of course about being a s...
Tags: Business, Photography, Bmw, Don, Monte Carlo, Unsplash, Markus Spiske, Stock Photography Trends, Photo Stock Agency, Fred Mouniguet, Antonio Lapa, Louis Hansel, Raul Varzar


4 Tips For Archiving Your Digital Images

The beautiful old black and white portraits of generations past are a testament to the fact that while we do not live forever, our memories have every chance of outliving us by many decades. The problem is that in this modern throwaway society we live in, photographs can often be seen as disposable, short term memories.   We take pictures on phones, on tablets as well as on cameras. Images are often scattered across multiple destinations and in multiple formats. But how do we go about archiving...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Don, Unsplash, Pietro De Grandi, Cool Photos & Photographers, Thomas Schweighofer, Alex Cheung, Dario Valenzuela, Matthew Kwong, Phil Hearing, NAS Network Drive


How to Create a Mystical Effect in Your Landscapes with Photoshop

In case you were wondering how do landscape photographers create those surreal and misty scenes – look no further! The following easy and simple tips will help you create such mysterious landscapes. The suggested techniques are non-destructive, which means that you will be using adjustment layers and retouching everything on a separate layer. 1. Lower the blues and reduce saturation In order to give a certain spooky and grim vibe to your landscape, you have to make sure that there are no vibra...
Tags: Photography, Post Production, Unsplash, Artem Kovalev, Beata Ratuszniak, Lightroom Workflow Tips, Better Landscape Photography, Yellow Blue Slider, Alin Rusu, Marcus Rahm, Jace Afsoon, Brush Tip Shape


Do You Want Brilliant Macro Photography? Here Are The Accessories You’ll Need

Macro photography is certainly one of the most challenging and most demanding genres of photography. In addition to very specific gear requirements, you also need to deal with tricky conditions such as shallow depths of field, long shutter speeds and tight working spaces. The following list of macro photography accessories will help you understand better what kind of gear you really need in order to make some striking photos of flowers, insects and similar subjects. 1. Macro lens The word macr...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Gear, Unsplash, Free Macro Photography E Books, Boris Smokrovic, Technical Side Of Macro Photography, Gastón Rouge, Aaron Burden on Unsplash, Andrii Podilnyk, George Brynzan, Grzegorz Mleczek


Deep Time

Photo by Darv Robinson on Unsplash T his is the week when we recall what we’ve done last year, and resolve to use time better in the year to come. Indeed, in our everyday lives, time is a precious commodity. We can gain or lose it. We can save, spend or waste it. If our crimes are revealed, we risk having to DO time. But to scientists, time is something we can measure. Clocks have, over the centuries, been the high-tech artifacts of their era — the water clock, the pendulum clock, Har...
Tags: Texas, California, China, Time, Future, Nasa, Earth, Noah, Sun, Isaac Newton, Woody Allen, Kent, Grand Canyon, Darwin, Armagh, Harrison


Six Practical Tips for Presenting Wedding Photos to Clients

One of the most important parts of a wedding photographer’s job is delivering the final images to clients. Prior to meeting your clients after their wedding, you already need to know exactly how will you present and deliver the photos to them. The approach you will use should also depend on your clients’ personal preferences, their age and their financial capabilities. We are going to present some useful hints and tips that will make your meetings with wedding clients smoother and less stressful...
Tags: Business, Photography, Digital, Lightroom, Unsplash, Scott Webb, Thomas Curryer, Jonathan Andreo, WeTransfer Dropbox Amazon, Ivan Cabanas, Gianni Scognamiglio, David Thomaz


#UnsplashAwards the Shortlisted

#UnsplashAwards the Shortlisted AoiroStudioDec 21, 2018 This week, our friends from Unsplash announced the finalists of their month-long celebration . We have published the finalists on ABDZ. For this week's Unsplash Picks, we decided to hand-picked the Shortlisted. Let me tell you that I wouldn't imagine how hard it was to pick the finalists. There was so many great submissions, here are our selections from this incredible set. Hope you will like it! More ...
Tags: Design, Unsplash, Shortlisted AoiroStudioDec


#UnsplashAwards 2018 - Here are the Finalists

#UnsplashAwards 2018 - Here are the Finalists AoiroStudioDec 19, 2018 #UnsplashAwards 2018 - Here are the Finalists Over a month ago, we have announced the #UnsplashAwards 2018, it was originally created to celebrate the Unsplash contributors for their generosity and the powerful impact to its community. With over 19 000 submissions, Unsplash Judges have narrowed down into 11 stunning shortlisted photos for each category and 1 finalist. Stop what you are doi...
Tags: Design, Unsplash


4 Tips On Understanding Your Camera That Will Make You A Better Photographer

Understanding your camera will make you a better photographer. Indeed our cameras are marvels of modern technology. They capture incredible images, seemingly nailing the exposure, colour and focus nearly every time. Interestingly though, if you compare virtually identical pictures from two different brands or even models of cameras, you will find striking differences.   Like in many walks of life, there is no right or wrong image, just differences in the way that camera has interpreted the scen...
Tags: Photography, Unsplash, Cool Photos & Photographers, William Bayreuther, Colour Science This, Alexandru Zdrobău, Alex Plesovskich, Cedric Brule


Apple Aficionados hand-picked from Unsplash

Apple Aficionados hand-picked from Unsplash AoiroStudioDec 14, 2018 Apple! Products that we love and sometimes love to hate. Personally, I am a huge Apple fanboy, I have used their products for such a long time. I always admired their care for design and how we can become easily obsessed by them. Following this argumentation, our friends from Unsplash launched today their new logo. We are happy for them and it's crazy how their product/platform just keep grow...
Tags: Design, Unsplash, Apple Aficionados


5 Ways to Capture More Detail in Your Skies for Outdoor Photos

A truly magnificent landscape photograph relies on capturing not only interesting geography but also breathtaking sky. Boring skies without clouds can make your landscape photos pretty dull and static. Because of this, capturing a dramatic sky is definitely something worth your while. Since the sky is lighter than the land, the camera will usually overexpose the sky and turn it into a vague grey colour, but if you master the following five tips, the skies in your photos will start to look much m...
Tags: Photography, Lightroom, Outdoor Photography, Unsplash, David Marcu, Jeremy Bishop, Ryan Loughlin, Anubhav Saxena, Josh Adamski


7 Snowy Destinations For Photographers

Wintertime might be the best part of the year for landscape photographers who want to hone their skills – it takes some practice in order capture truly magical images of a winter wonderland! Winter months look and feel a little bit different on each continent, so in case you have a chance to travel, you can surely enjoy versatile winter landscapes in Europe, Asia, America and Australia. Before I suggest 7 interesting snowy locations for landscape photographers, here are a few useful tips for any...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Finland, Himalayas, Lapland, Milford Sound, Mongolia, Bhutan, Ulaanbaatar, Rovaniemi, Sapporo, Outdoor Photography, Rovaniemi Finland


5 Lightroom Edits That Will Rock Your Outdoor Photography

No matter if you’re shooting landscapes or portraits, it seems that almost all outdoor photographs suffer from the same disease when they come out of the camera. The most common issues you’ll face almost every time you shoot something outdoors are overly bright skies, foregrounds that are too dark and a general lack of contrast and vibrancy. While these things seem like serious issues, they can be fixed in Lightroom quite easily. It’s actually surprising how much creative editing can be done in ...
Tags: Photography, ISO, Lightroom, Outdoor Photography, Unsplash, Alex Iby, Aniket Deole, Artem Sapegin, Larm Rham on Unsplash


How video may influence juror decision-making for police defendants

On 20 October, 2014, Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke shot and killed Laquan McDonald, a 17-year-old black boy. In his initial police report, Van Dyke indicated that McDonald had been walking down the street holding a knife and behaving erratically, and eventually McDonald pointed the knife toward Van Dyke, advancing at him. Van Dyke claimed that he shot McDonald in self-defense, although he did not report the number of shots he fired. Yet, video from a camera mounted on a police cruiser re...
Tags: Google, Books, Technology, Featured, Law, New York City, Smartphones, Chicago, Sociology, Police Brutality, Black Lives Matter, Eric Garner, Criminology, Laquan Mcdonald, Walter Scott, Cook County


SquareSpace is officially screwing photographers

Imagine a website that convinces its users to upload free content and builds social signals (e.g. likes and view counts) to make the site addictive. Then imagine the company using the usage data as a referral mechanism to make money without compensating the content producers. It’s not Facebook, it’s Unsplash, and it’s terrible for photographers. Now […] The post SquareSpace is officially screwing photographers appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Facebook, Photography, News, Squarespace, Photoshelter, Allen Murabayashi, Unsplash


These Maternity Photography Tips Will Super Charge Your Images

Over the past couple of years, maternity photography has become truly popular and sought after. The popularity of capturing this important time for a family is understandable and many people are looking to improve their ability in this specific genre of portraiture. Photo by Rawpixel on Unsplash Nowadays, professional maternity photography is becoming an industry. There are more and more studios and photographers who are offering maternity and newborn photo packages. Photographing a mother-to-...
Tags: Photography, Unsplash, Pixabay, Rawpixel, Josh Willink, Camila Cordeiro, Kelly Sikkema, People and Portraiture, Leah Kelley, Chris Benson, Mickael Tournier, Leandro Cesar Santana, Tikkho Maciel, Laercio Cavalcanti, Juliana Arruda, Alekon


Is Photography Worthless? Website Maker’s New Partnership Generates Controversy

One of the raging debates in the photography world these days is how much is a photograph worth? There are so many stories about copyright infringement and the like that it is almost impossible to count them. You can read some of our favorites by clicking here, here, and here. Image via Alexander Dummer from Pexels.com. One thing that hasn’t helped is the ubiquity of digital media on the Internet and, particularly, on social media platforms. It’s almost impossible to not have your work stolen....
Tags: Photography, News, Squarespace, Hopper, Allen Murabayashi, Unsplash, Pexels, Alexander Dummer, Unsplash Murabayashi, Murabayashi


Introducing the #UnsplashAwards 2018 - Open Submissions

Introducing the #UnsplashAwards 2018 - Open Submissions AoiroStudio Nov 15, 2018 It's that time of the year where our friends from Unsplash is launching their Unsplash Awards. Today it's November 15th and it's open for submissions! For one month-long celebration, submit your best photos through 12 categories like Diversity, Earth, Experimental, Food and more. And the winners will be hand-picked by incredible judges coming from all fields from our commu...
Tags: Design, Unsplash, Diversity Earth Experimental Food, Food Wellness Photography, People Relationships People


5 Things To Consider When Designing Your Online Portfolio With Some Great Examples

In the digital world we are living in, your online portfolio plays the role of your business card – it has to look memorable and engaging. It’s truly important for photographers to chose carefully both the design and content of their portfolios. A great portfolio can easily boost your career especially if you’re still new to photography. The following 5 things are something you should have in your mind when designing your online portfolio: 1. Keep it simple People have very short attention spa...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Photography, Instagram, Unsplash, Jill Greenberg, Christian Oth, Brent Stirton, Lisa Michele Burns, Timothy Hogan, Christina Marie, ANNA KUPERBERG, Brooke Lark, Paolo Boccardi, Joon Brandt, ELI Company


7 Common Photo Editing Mistakes

While editing photos can be rather fun and creative, it’s quite easy to make photo editing mistakes, especially if you’re an amateur. No matter your current level of knowledge, you probably want to make sure that your edited photos don’t look surreal in a bad way. The following 7 photo editing mistakes are quite common among amateur and semi-professional photographers but at the same time, they are easy to avoid or fix if you’re fully aware of them. 1. Too much skin smoothing This mistake is e...
Tags: Photography, Bokeh, Hdr, Lightroom, Post Production, Unsplash, Eberhard Grossgasteiger, Mario Gogh, Makhmutova Dina, Clinton Naik, Khadija Yousaf, Tanner Boley, MR WONG


Flickr says it won’t delete Creative Commons photos

Flickr will spare both the Flickr Commons and Creative Commons photos from deletion, the now SmugMug-owned company announced today. However, its new storage limitations on free accounts may impact its use as a home for photos with a Creative Commons license in the future. When the company unveiled its big revamp last week, one of the immediate concerns among users was what the changes meant for the Creative Commons photos hosted on Flickr. Under its new management, Flickr decided to stop offerin...
Tags: Photos, TC, Photography, UK, Tech, Nasa, Creative-Commons, Flickr, Google Photos, National Parks Service, United Nations Children s Fund UNICEF, Unsplash, Merkley, Ryan Merkley, Smugmug, Don MacAskill


Top 5 Vintage Lenses You Should Try

Vintage camera photography and vintage lenses are going through a resurgence nowadays thanks to popular Instagram hashtags such as #filmisnotdead and #believeinfilm. In a way, this is similar to the rising popularity of vinyl – young people seem to be really interested in the analog treasures of the past. When it comes to vintage lenses, the question is why use old lenses on new cameras and it is really worth it? The great thing about such lenses is the fact that they are often inexpensive, they...
Tags: Photography, Russia, Gear, Olympus, Nikon, Helios, Minolta, Unsplash, Olympus OM, Joshua Case, Super Takumar Asahi Optical Company of Pentax, Olympus OM Zuiko Auto T Olympus OM


5 More Mistakes Beginners Make In Portrait Photography And How To Avoid Them

Portrait photography isn’t as easy as those who are good at portrait photography make it seem. You’ve got a lot to think about on the creative side, various environmental elements to control for and it helps to have a strong, if fleeting, connection with your model. Plus, there’s all the technical stuff — aperture, metering, focal length. We all know that a good portrait is much more than a casual snapshot. And while not everyone is cut out for world-class portraiture, we’re all capable of ma...
Tags: Photography, ISO, Jason, Jason D Little, Unsplash, People and Portraiture, Shoot In Program Full Auto Mode Program, Jay Simmons


MENA Week of Prayer event kicks off next week

Middle East (MNN) – The Middle East and North Africa have been filled with conflict for generations, but the Church has still stood firm. However, some believers in these regions may never meet another follower of Christ. Because of this, many still need encouragement and support to know they’re not alone. Week of Prayer This is one of the key reasons why SAT-7 , a satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa, is hosting a Week of Prayer event from November 4 to 11. ...
Tags: Facebook, Church, Middle East, North Africa, Unsplash, Wiens, Rawpixel, Middle East MNN, Dennis Wiens, MENA Week of Prayer, Week of Prayer


Couple Posing Secrets For Photographs That Impress

Couple posing needs to capture two people in a way that embodies emotion. It takes a great deal of experience to pose couples correctly so that they look their best. While many photographers nowadays are being creative when it comes to couple posing techniques, it’s good to know some classic rules of posing before doing something rather innovative. It’s definitely not easy to say what makes a certain pose perfect and what doesn’t, taking into consideration the endless range of possibilities. How...
Tags: Photography, Unsplash, Pexels, People and Portraiture, Toa Heftiba, Leah Kelley, Helena Lopes, Artem Bali, Jeswin Thomas, Milan Popovic, Everton Vila, Candice Waldeck, Angga Aditya, Silvio Barbosa, Shelbey Miller, Suzana Sousa


Stock image creep in Unsplash

I really like the free photo site Unsplash, I hardly use stock image sites such as iStock or Shutterstock anymore. As a pro with paying clients, the prices of the stock images are not really a concern in the overall budget of a presentation design project, it is simply the dilution of quality of these big stock photo sites with cheesy images. But worryingl...
Tags: Speaking, Unsplash


5 Quick Tips For Shooting Eerie Photos

For anyone who’s into taking eerie photographs – particularly portraits and landscapes, October is the perfect time of the year! Not only because of the upcoming Halloween – October in the northern hemisphere tends to be foggy, cloudy and rainy and such conditions can yield very interesting photos! Nature starts to show its dark side in October so why not try to capture it? In case you need some help in order to get some truly outstanding eerie shots, we hope you’ll find the following tips usefu...
Tags: Photography, Gabriel, Unsplash, Matt Artz, Cool Photos & Photographers, Christoffer Engstrom, Nathan Wright, Silvana Amicone


Humanities and scientific explanation: the need for change

For too long, presentations of science for the general public, and education in schools, has suggested that science wields a sort of hegemonic power, as if its terms and methods gradually replace and make redundant all other discourse; the only reason it has not yet completed its conquest is that the world is complicated—but it is only a matter of time…I think this way of understanding science is utterly misleading and wrong. I think it is already wrong within my own discipline (fundamental phys...
Tags: School, Books, Featured, Education, Physics, Architecture, University of Oxford, Newton, Science Education, Symmetry, Gcse, Arch, Unsplash, Los Banos, Archway, Science & Medicine


4 Common Long Exposure Photography Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

Long exposure photography is so captivating because it can completely alter our visual perception of things we see on a regular basis but, perhaps, don’t pay special attention to. With long exposure photography, moving vehicles become light trails, waterfalls transform into sheets of silk and people morph into gliding phantasms. Long exposure photography is fun but it’s also challenging. There are plenty of potential mistakes to be made and, as with most things, the best way to recognize a...
Tags: Photography, Camera Craft, Unsplash, Chris Yang, Ed Leszczynskl


A Quick History Lesson – The Evolution Of Stock Photography

Within the commercial world of photography, there is a myriad of different niches in which any photographer can develop their career, and stock photography is perhaps the easiest market to access. But it’s also a very crowded place. Being aware of trends and being able to deliver unique and fresh work will always be the best card to play if you want to become a successful stock photographer. Basically, stock photography is a vast catalog of photographs with specific usage licenses for an array o...
Tags: Business, Photography, Shutterstock, United States, Roberts, Favre, Armstrong Roberts, Unsplash, Photodisc, Federico Alegria, Stock Photography Trends, Kristina Tripkovic, Gettyimages, Bank Phrom, Macrostock